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June 2024

June
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Geneva
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Meeting
Can we have pro-worker AI?
In this webinar, moderated by Janine Berg, ILO senior economist and Pawel Gmyrek, ILO senior researcher, Professor Daron Acemoglu presents a range of future scenarios of how AI might reshape the work landscape by 2030. This webinar is part of the ITU's AI for Good Initiative. The goal of AI for Good is to identify practical applications of AI to advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and scale those solutions for global impact. It is the leading action-oriented, global, and inclusive United Nations platform on AI. AI for Good is organized by ITU in partnership with 40 UN Sister Agencies and co-convened with Switzerland.
June
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Geneva
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ILC conversations
Dialogue on the Global Coalition for Social Justice
June
Geneva, Switzerland
Inaugural Forum of the Global Coalition for Social Justice
Meeting
Inaugural Forum of the Global Coalition for Social Justice
The Forum gathers over 250 partners of the Global Coalition for Social Justice, during the 112th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Open to Coalition partners and ILO accredited tripartite delegations to the ILC. The programme of the Inaugural Forum is structured as a continuation of the ongoing collaborative effort initiated by partners on the thematic development of the Coalition. The plenary session highlights specific actions taken by partners to promote social justice, in alignment with the Coalition's thematic areas. It features three thematic dialogues on: Building the resilience of societies Improving the coherence between economic and social policies Fostering social dialogue for shared prosperity Interpretation will be provided in English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese and international sign language.
June
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Geneva
Working in the heat
ILC conversations
Addressing the impact of heat stress on workers
June
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Geneva
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ILC conversations
The Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions
Accelerating decent jobs and universal social protection for just transitions. This conversation aims to promote the value-added by the Global Accelerator in supporting countries to overcome persistent poverty and inequality, and facilitating just climate,digital and demographic transitions through integrated policy approaches, increased financing and investments and enhanced multilateral cooperation. It also explains how this initiative develops capacities, enhances coherence and builds evidence for sustainable impact at scale.
June
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Geneva
Master Artificial intelligence and visual computing by Ecole polytechnique
ILC conversations
Artificial intelligence and the world of work
June
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Geneva
 Woman worker in a factory in Albania
ILC conversations
What way forward on estimating and operationalizing living wages?
June
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Geneva
ILO assessment team in action
ILC conversations
Partnering with the ILO
As partnerships are key to the ILO’s development cooperation, the conversation explores diverse ways of partnering with the ILO.
June
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Geneva
Solar energy skills project
ILC conversations
Just transition to environmental sustainability and social dialogue
June
Geneva, Switzerland
ILC committees room at Palais des Nations, Geneva
Meeting
112th International Labour Conference
The International Labour Organization will hold its 112th annual International Labour Conference in Geneva from 3–14 June 2024. Worker, employer and government delegates from the ILO's 187 Member States will tackle a wide range of issues, including: a standard-setting discussion on protection against biological hazards, a recurrent discussion on the strategic objective of fundamental principles and rights at work and a general discussion on decent work and the care economy. The Conference will also elect members of the Governing Body for the 2024-27 term of office